On Twitter, and with a sense of humor about the situation:
Who’s got two thumbs, a funny face and has Bell’s Palsy?— Viper-Piper Niven (@viperpiperniven) December 13, 2019
On the plus side, I can now do a pretty smashing people’s eyebrow for the first time in my life so there’s that. pic.twitter.com/GzB3NwUqHr— Viper-Piper Niven (@viperpiperniven) December 13, 2019
The Pros of Bell’s Palsy number 1:— Viper-Piper Niven (@viperpiperniven) December 13, 2019
Am I making a weird face at you?
Is my palsy just acting up?
Good luck finding out
Also this is my emoji now, cause thats what my face does
Bell’s palsy is a condition where the muscles on one side of your face become weak or paralyzed. It’s usually temporary. Doctors believe it’s a result of damage to the facial nerve in the brain, for which there are several possible causes. There’s no cure per se, but there a treatments which can reduce symptoms and their duration. WWE Hall of Famer and AEW announcer Jim Ross is wrestling’s most famous Bell’s palsy sufferer.
Niven plans to make her booking for next Wednesday (Dec. 18) in Glasgow.